Gutter Maintenance – Finlock Guttering in Milton Keynes

If you are in need of replacement concrete or finlock guttering for your commercial or domestic property in the Milton Keynes area, look no further than Gutter Maintenance. Due to supplying the highest quality products by the best brands in the industry such as Alumasc and Gutterline, we have built a strong reputation for excellent workmanship and overall service.

It is important to seek professional help in regards to maintaining your finlock guttering once it has been installed as blocked or broken guttering can cause mould, weakened woodwork, eroded brickwork and health problems. This is why we provide a full maintenance service to ensure any issues are solved straight away.

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  • Worker fitting guttering to house

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Approved Installers of Rubberised Plygene Gutterline®

We also supply and install Gutterline®, a proven solution to prevent leaking, drainage issues and overloading within guttering systems. The hardwearing liner can be measured to fit any drainage system in your property and so whether you are in a new build or a traditional building, we can fit this renowned gutter lining system to suit your needs.

As specialists in the industry, we are Plygene Gutterline® approved installers and can advise you on the benefits this system will have on individual buildings. If you would like a free quotation for our guttering installation services in the Milton Keynes area, please call a member of our team on 01869 277 100 and we will be happy to help.

    • Maintenance Contracts

      We carry out regular maintenance contracts to rainwater systems, cleaning and repairing and replacing where necessary.

      Working on all types of building

      Department of Environment, Local Authorities, Hospital Groups, University and College Buildings, Churches, Farms and more.

      Bespoke Guttering

      We provide a range of PVC, Aluminium and Cast Iron Guttering, we offer bespoke guttering to fit any building design.

      Fabrication Services

      We also offer a specialist fabrication service for specialist profiles.

Guttering is a very vital part of any roofing system. It’s therefore, of utmost importance to ensure that the type of gutters you choose for your home is good and serves you well. Not only does it need to efficiently collect water and channel it accordingly, but it also contributes to the appearance of your house. The question then is, do you really know the different types of guttering you can pick for your house?

Well, we have decided to discuss them here:

1. Round Guttering/ Half Round Guttering
When looked from the side, this type of gutters appears as a circle that has been cut in half. They come in two shapes. We have the one which has a shape that is completely circular. The other type is made by straightening the back. The benefit of this type of guttering is that they don’t require a lot of cleaning since they can self-clean, (with the aid of additional appliances) thanks to the wide diameter. Round gutters are also beneficial in the sense that they have the capability to collect huge amounts of water effectively. Which hopefully means fewer gutter repairs.

2. Box Guttering
As the name suggests, these type of guttering is fitted into the edge or middle of a roof. This option of guttering is suited for those who don’t want to be able to actually notice the gutter. They are made from materials that are very high quality like stainless steel or Colorbond. An emergency overflow must also be fitted on them to allow diversion of water when it is too much or in case of a blockage. Without the overflow, the water will fill the roof space, which not desirable.

box guttering

3. Quad Guttering/D Guttering
In terms of popularity, quad gutters are the top housing gutters. This is because of their adaptability to new homes and can be perfectly used alongside the gutters that are in existence. They are made from materials such as galvanized steel, stainless steel, Colorbond or Zinalume. They are built with different profiles and shapes. They can either be slotted or not. The slotted type of quad gutters is suited for areas with high rainfall intensity due to their ability allow the overflow of excess water.

4. Fascia Guttering/ Eaves Guttering
This is a combination of a fascia and the gutter, forming a single system. This eliminates the need for the installation of metal or timber fascia. These types of gutters are directly installed onto the rafters of the roof. They come in a variation of colours and can either have a slotted finish or plain. Fascia gutters are also available in a range of profiles.

5. K-style Guttering
They stand out with a sophisticated and unique appearance. These gutters are designed with rigged crown moulding. They drain water perfectly and are not affected too much by the spill off or debris.

New guttering

6. Square Guttering

These types of gutters are square in shape and appearance. They are available in hi/lo-square profiles. They are large and can accommodate water at high capacity. They are fit to be used in any home, irrespective of the style.

7. European Guttering
They are shaped like the round gutter type. The only difference is the bead that faces outwards. They are often made from waterproof materials, unlike the other types which are made of vinyl or plastic.

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  • Unit 3a,
    Field Farm Business Centre,
    Launton,
  • Bicester,
  • Oxfordshire,
  • OX26 5EL